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A MOST NOVEL REVENGE

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Hearts and Love, great reads in February

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She's found refuge in the man sent to kill her...


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He’ll keep her safe…but can he keep his distance?


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Will the secrets they’re keeping tear them apart—or get them both killed?


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There’s no such thing as a little in love . . .


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What happens when the rescuer must be rescued?


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He's a mistake she can't afford to make... and a temptation she can't resist.


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Family, second chances--and the connections that bring women together in hope and healing. . .



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Also by Christyne Butler:

The Maverick's Summer Love, July 2013
Paperback
Having Adam's Baby, March 2012
Paperback
Fortune's Secret Baby, April 2011
Paperback
The Sheriff's Secret Wife, January 2010
Mass Market Paperback
The Cowboy's Second Chances, June 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Reilly's Promise, May 2008
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Having Adam's Baby
Christyne Butler


March 2012
On Sale: March 20, 2012
282 pages
ISBN: 0373656645
EAN: 9780373656646
Kindle: B006YACV1Q
Paperback / e-Book
$5.25
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Romance Series | Romance Contemporary

There was absolutely nothing wrong with widowed florist Fay Coggen seeking a new lease on life. Just not in Adam Murphy's arms. But the night her late husband's best friend returned from his tour of duty overseas, Fay went from recrimination to tenderness in a heartbeat. When their mutual solace morphed into passion, it was destiny. As was the fact that she was now pregnant with Adam's child.

The walls Adam had built around his heart as a soldier came tumbling down when he went calling on Fay. Comforting her was one thing; but it hadn't stopped there. Now he was going to be a father. He'd crossed the line. So why did it feel so right?

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